Bentley Royal Purple #264 report

Members of the Bentley Royal Purple attended a gathering in Benalto to welcome back to Alberta Brenda Johnston, Supreme Honoured Royal Lady of Canada

By DD Julie Potter

Members of the Bentley Royal Purple attended a gathering in Benalto to welcome back to Alberta Brenda Johnston, Supreme Honoured Royal Lady of Canada.

A potluck luncheon at 12 p.m. was followed by Benalto’s regular meeting after which, Brenda spoke to us on her theme, Anything is Possible, and handed out her pin and magnet.

A very important question she asked was who would take up the causes if the Royal Purple were not in the community?

This fraternal and charitable organization was started in 1914 with over 5,000 members across Canada in 180 communities.

The Royal Purple organization is dedicated to working for the welfare of all communities with special attention paid to children’s needs as well as those of senior citizens.

Some areas in which the Bentley Royal Purple has helped are: Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children, Blessed Pantry. Camp He-Ho-Haw, Santa Anonymous, ISTAR, the Bentley Care Centre, Bentley School, Central Alberta Special Equestrians, the Sylvan Lake School for Special Needs Children, the Stollery Children’s Hospital, the Parkinson’s Society as well as a number of donations to the Bentley Library, and many other charitable organizations.

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